Emma Rule


Emma Rule was the wife of George R Rule. She died Feb. 5, 1895.  Her obituaries follow: GONE HOME  Mrs. Emma Rule was born Oct. 1. 1840.  She united with the Methodist church in 1859, and was married to Bro. Geo. R. Rule, May 20, 1873, and died Feb. 5,...

George Robinson Rule


George Robison Rule, commander since its organization in 1895, of  W.H. Ratcliffe camp, UCV, at Falmouth, was born at that town, April 27, 1837. It was George Rule who took the remains of S.S. Jennings to Cynthiana to be interred. He was in the Confederate service. Name: George R Rule...

Captain W.H. Ratliffe


Captain W.H. Ratliffe is the namesake of the Camp 682 of the United Confederate Veterans organization. He may have been the Captain of Company K of the Alabama 51st Partisan Ranger Cavalry. More research needed...

Samuel K/S Jennings, Jr.


This S.K. Jennings, not S.S. Jennings, was in the 4th Alabama Infantry, which also was not at Perryville. Name: Sam K Jennings Military Unit: 4th Alabama Infantry Regiment Military Unit - Company: Field and Staff Enlistment Date: 11 Jan 1861 Rank: Private Place of Enlistment - State: Alabama Roll #:...

Samuel K. Jennings, Sr.


S.K. Jennings was one person I looked into as an alternate to Sebastian Staiert Jennings. Several problems with S.K. Jennings or his son being the S.S. Jennings on the bridge in 1862. The biggest ones being that S.K. Jennings, Jr seemed to have survived the war, and that S.K. Jennings...